About Pura Ulun Siwi Temple
Ulun Siwi Temple is one important temple called the Kahyangan Jagat Ulun Swi. By the nearby group, this sacrosanct holy place is frequently called "Pura Gede". "Ulu" top, head, center or source. While the word "Swi" means fields. There are a few sources that say and relate about the presence of Ulun Siwi Temple include: Lontar Usana Dewa, Lontar Ilikita, Lontar Babad Mengwi, Lontar Babad Jimbaran, Bali Purana, Lontar Kanda Kuttara Dewa Purana Bangsul and Lontar Sri Purana. Inside the Meru there are 6 bits of little place of worship (made of wood) fill in as "Pesimpangan Kahyangan Jagat" in Bali.
Highlights: There are additionally antiquated statutes from the seventeenth century comprised of Arca Dewata Nawa Sangga (Rudra molded in the South), Arca Panca Pandavas (Bhima formed in the Middle) and the statue of Lord Astha Wasu (Gana Patya molded in the North).
Location: Pura Ulun Siwi is located in the area of Jimbaran Bay, Jimbaran Village.